Oil glut weighs on producer nations - Nigeria seeks World Bank loan amid oil slump - The future of retail?
DW Business (03/02/2016)
Falling oil prices have hit Nigeria hard. Oil makes up around 75 percent of the country's exports. Nigeria now faces a black hole in its state finances after more than 10 years of budget surpluses.
Mauritius, Botswana and Cape Verde are Africa’s best examples of good governance. In its tenth year, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance takes a look at how governance issues have developed over the past decade.
The people of Gabon will head to the polls this weekend. Located on the west coast of Africa, the country is substantially richer than most sub-Saharan countries, but there is continuing frustration over inequality.
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